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Late ’70s Danny White Game-Worn Cowboys Jersey
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While not as spectacular as Roger Staubach or Troy Aikman, Danny White still has a secure place in Dallas Cowboys history. Known for his smarts and being an extension of Hall of Fame coach Tom Landry on the field, White’s NFL career spanned 13 years. This heavy cotton jersey was worn by White in the late ’70s or early ’80s. Before White, the last player to wear #11 for the Cowboys was kicker Danny Villanueva (1965-67). The numbers and NOB are heat appliqué. The jersey shows adequate use with a stain above the left front “1” numeral. Custom pockets are installed below the front numbers for those cold November and December games. According to jersey expert Lou Lampson the jersey was most likely manufactured in the early ’70s but not numbered until the mid ’70s. When White used the jersey, the team had switched to mesh nameplates, which this one has. These hybrid mesh plates were viewed in the Cowboys storage facility (Richardson, Texas) on both role players and stars alike. The hand-warmer pockets also match up to exemplars. Situated in the tail is a Southland Athletic tag and suspended size “46” flag tag. The lot code is captured on the reverse of the size flag tag.
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Auction End: 12-Jun-07 Post Views: 4100
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